Cooke-Tripp is in her first year at Clemson as a program assistant after spending six years coaching club (Team Angle Volleyball) and at two local high schools in Muskegon, Michigan. A graduate of Ferris State University, Cooke-Tripp played club volleyball for the Bulldogs from 2012-13 before receiving her bachelor’s degree in business administration. She also played volleyball (2007-10) and ran track & field (2007-09) at Glenville State, a Division II program in Glenville, West Virginia. Cooke-Tripp is currently pursuing her master’s degree in athletic leadership at Clemson.
“When I got to know Chelsea through her interview process, it was very clear that she is no stranger to working hard and is a go-getter,” said head coach Michaela Franklin. “She loves the sport of volleyball and is passionate about helping others. I have no doubt that she will excel in her new role because of who she is and her work ethic.”
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